DST and TIC Property Listings

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  • Click on any property to access a detailed description. All properties pictured below are assets of the respective DST.
  • First year payment as a percentage of invested capital is expressed as Cash-on-Cash.
  • There is no assurance that expressed objectives will be met. The date of any liquidity event is not guaranteed and may be changed at the sponsor's discretion.

Lake Geneva Retail DST
Lake Geneva, WI

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Status Available
Type Multi-Tenant Retail DST
Cash-on-cash 5.00 %
Leverage All cash
Equity Remaining $400,000
Lease Various
Projected Hold Period 5-7 Years
Year Built 2006, 2012
Occupancy
Total Raise $19,929,666
Total Syndication $19,929,666
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National Net Lease Portfolio V DST
Diversified Retail Portfolio

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Status Available
Type Multi-Tenant Retail DST
Cash-on-cash 5.00%
Leverage 55%
Equity Remaining $13.5 Million
Lease See Table
Projected Hold Period 6-8 Years
Year Built 1996 to 2013
Occupancy 100%
Total Raise $37.1 Million
Total Syndication $82.1 Million
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Brier Creek DST
Raleigh, NC

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Status Available
Type Multifamily DST
Cash-on-cash 5.10%
Leverage 52.5%
Equity Remaining $19.5 Million
Lease
Projected Hold Period 8-10 Years
Year Built 2004
Occupancy
Total Raise $21,475,000
Total Syndication $45,225,000
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Risks:

Please note that the listing above is not an offer to sell nor a solicitation on an offer to sell, and is being supplied to you for information purposes only. All investments have inherent risks including those risks common in real estate investment. Potential risks relating to each investment property are disclosed in a private placement memorandum that must be read by the investor prior to making an investment decision. These risks include but are not limited to:

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